The Good Crisp Company debuts immune-boosting cheese balls

By Jim Cornall contact

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The cheese balls include Kerry's Wellmune ingredient. Pic: The Good Crisp Company
The cheese balls include Kerry's Wellmune ingredient. Pic: The Good Crisp Company

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The Good Crisp Company, a brand of chips in canisters, has launched Cheese Balls, which the company said has immune-boosting properties.

The Good Crisp Company Cheese Balls were inspired by founder and CEO, Matt Parry's experience seeing his daughter undergo chemotherapy treatments for leukemia. Parry then set out to create a snack that was both tasty and beneficial to health.

Parry said he wanted to clean up the cheese ball ingredients to provide a healthier alternative, which included the addition of immune-boosting ingredient Wellmune produced by Kerry. The clinically proven ingredient helps strengthen the immune system and enhances its key functions.

The Good Crisp Company Cheese Balls are non-GMO, gluten-free, and made with all-natural ingredients. Cheese Balls are available in two flavors: Cheddar and Aged White Cheddar.

"With Cheese Balls, we are thrilled to offer a nutritious new snack that doesn't compromise on flavor and can be easily incorporated into the family routine without guilt,"​ Parry said.

"My family's health was at the forefront when developing this product and with the inclusion of Wellmune, we hope to bring families an immune-boosting snack that they can feel great about eating!"

The Good Crisp Company Cheese Balls are available online and will be available soon at select retailers. Cheese Balls can be purchased in 2.75oz canisters for $4/each.

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